My Ambition to Become a Doctor

My Ambition to Become a Doctor –

The aim in life is very important, it gives us a direction for our career. Goals and ambitions give us a sense of life. My goal in my life is to become a doctor. I was one of the lucky few who were born into rich families. My family mostly consists of doctors. Growing up I have always seen my parents busy as my father was a neurosurgeon and my mother was a dentist. So it is quite natural that the first thing I thought and was told to become a doctor. The doctor is a saver of life and they can help the peoples who need them when they feel sick. The doctor is living a noble living. He is serving the people who are always suffering.

My friends used to joke about it saying that it was so obvious that I will be a doctor at first I sort of enjoyed that maybe take a little pride in it too but then it just got annoying and I thought maybe I do not want to become a doctor so from astronaut to teacher I thought about everything else. I hope my sweet dreams can be realized, I am an ideal doctor and I hope that I can serve my country.

In the meantime my grandfather got sick to whom, I was very close. For a little while, I stopped thinking about what I wanted to become he was diagnosed with blood cancer. As my father was a doctor at the top hospital he was a colleague and good friend with the best oncologists that treated my grandfather. Even after a month of treatment doctors were not so hopeful and they suggested my father should take him abroad. Then I can help the poor and sick. I will not take money from poor people. I will give medicine to them free of charge. I wish my dream comes true.

That incident was a real eye-opener for me not that how important of a job is to be a doctor but we were able to take my grandfather out of the country not bearing any expense at all but there are people in this country who cannot even afford to go to a private hospital. The smiling face of a doctor makes the patient cheerful. If I become a doctor I will be kind to the poor and the needy people.

That day I swore to become an oncologist and spend at least half of the year in the rural areas where I can take a few volunteers with me to set up a camp and provide free checkup to those in need.  Maybe seeing me doing some good in those small areas can make one of the children living there as passionate to be a doctor as I feel right now. I am faithful to my duty and pledge to respect my work. Not too far, I will strive to achieve my ambition, I hope that my dream will come true.


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